Bali makes everything easy for everyone’s vacation. It’s one of the top-of-mind destinations worldwide anytime the word “summer” is mentioned. Yet no matter how famous it’s already become, Bali is still a convenient place to visit due to a myriad of wonderful attractions that are definitely going to make everyone’s summer holiday unforgettable. Let’s talk about what you can find when you’re searching for summer in Bali.
the quiet ones such as Bias Tugel Beach, your expectation will always be fulfilled. It’s what Bali is known for: tropical atmosphere created by white sandy shores and rolling waves above the turquoise waters. Every beach offers different kinds of wonders, so discover them by yourself and be amazed of what you’re going to find!
Recently, tourists have started to become interested in Bali’s waterfall, and that’s not without a reason. Aside from many beautiful beaches, the Island of the Gods also has a plentiful number of majestic waterfalls hidden beyond the lush jungles. First timers can visit Manuaba Waterfall, which is situated in a humble village named Kenderan in Tegallalang District. Those who are looking for more challenges can continue to Tegenungan Waterfall and Goa Rang Reng Waterfall. There are still many options for sure, but finding them out by yourself would add more fun to the experience, right?
Bali is also famous for its highlands, whether it’s the green and cottage vibes of Ubud or the cool breezes of Kintamani. It’s the perfect option for those who want to complete their summer holiday after exploring the beaches and other tropical attractions. Fancy some adrenaline-boosting activities? You can try to hike Mount Agung and see the spectacle from the highest point of Bali. Find out many other good things to do in Bali’s highlands and reveal the other side of summer’s excitement in Bali!
Shopping is always a refreshing way of enjoying a holiday. If you’re looking to find many interesting things to buy in Bali, we suggest you visit Sukawati Art Market in Gianyar Regency. You can shop for your summer necessities here, like shades, beach hat, and cute summer outfits.
Being one of the oldest art markets in Bali, this place also provides unique things ranging from handicrafts, traditional weavings, paintings, jewelries, handmade products, to household and daily necessities. Alternatively, you can also explore other traditional markets such as Badung Market, Kumbasari Market, Kreneng Market, and Ubud Market.
Lastly, a summer holiday in Bali wouldn’t be complete without mentioning three of their small neighboring islands (nusas): Nusa Penida, Nusa Lembongan, and Nusa Ceningan. These are for you who seek different kinds of exotic thrill out of the main island. Many know about Nusa Penida for its Kelingking Beach: a marvelous white sandy shore with a huge cliff that is shaped like a T-Rex and protruding into the sea. Meanwhile, Nusa Lembongan and Nusa Ceningan are famous not only for the dreamy beaches but also for the eye-catching yellow bridge that connects those two islands.
Embracing the summer has never been more fun in Bali, especially since you can enjoy the full experience now with the relaxation of the international travel regulation to Indonesia. If you’re planning to visit Bali this summer, we need to kindly remind you to comply with all the health protocols, be a responsible traveler, and keep practicing healthy habits such as wearing a mask in public places, washing hands frequently, and implementing social distancing. Last but not least, follow our social media channels in Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and TikTok for updated information regarding travel and creative economy in Indonesia.
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